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LC03-3.3BTG

LITTELFUSE LC03-3.3BTG

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LITTELFUSE

TVS DIODE ARRAY 3,3V SOIC-8
Supplier: Littelfuse
Matchcode: LC03-3.3BTG
Rutronik No.: DTRL9750
Unit Pack: 2500
MOQ: 2500
package: SOIC-8
Packaging: REEL
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TVS DIODE ARRAY 3,3V SOIC-8 Description

150A, 3.3V, Low Capacitance Diode Array for Broadband Protection

The new LC03-3.3 provides overvoltage protection for applications such as 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet, T3/E3 DS3 interfaces, ADSL2+, and VDSL2+. This new protector combines the TVS diode element with a diode rectifier bridge to provide both longitudinal and differential protection in one package. This design results in a capacitive loading characteristic that is log-linear with respect to the signal voltage across the device. This reduces intermodulation (IM) distortion caused by a typical solid-state protection solution. The application schematic provides the connection information and the LC03-3.3 is rated for GR-1089, intra-building transient immunity requirements for telecommunication installations.

Feature:

  • RoHS compliant
  • SOIC-8 surface mount package (JEDEC MS-012)
  • Low insertion loss, log-linear capacitance
  • Combined longitudinal and metallic protection
  • Lightning Protection, IEC61000-4-5, 150A (8/20 µs)
  • Clamping speed of nanoseconds
  • UL 94V-0 epoxy molding
  • Low clamping voltage


  • Applications:
  • T1/E1 Line cards
  • T3/E3 and DS3 Interfaces
  • STS-1 Interfaces
  • 10/100/1000 BaseT Ethernet
  • Parameter

    Package
    SOIC-8
    PowerDissipati
    3.3 kW
    Application
    UNIDIRECTI
    Breakdown-V(BR)
    3.3 V
    Automotive
    NO
    Stand-off V Vwm
    3.3 V
    Leadfree Defin.
    RoHS-conform
    Packaging
    REEL
    ECCN
    EAR99
    Customs Tariff No.
    85423990000
    Country
    Philippines
    ABC-Code
    B
    Supplier Leadtime
    12 weeks
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